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12/17/2014 | Yanks' Severino, Refsnyder stole show in '14
Between righty Luis Severino's dominance at three levels and second baseman Rob Refsnyder's rise to Triple-A, the Yankees had many performers worth highlighting in 2014.

12/16/2014 | Thompson's 'crazy' year brings him home
After the Tigers traded him to his hometown Rangers in late July, right-handed prospect Jake Thompson was excited to play for his first favorite team in front of familiar faces.

12/15/2014 | Betts, Swihart class of Red Sox system
After proving they were more than worthy of the hype, second baseman-turned-outfielder Mookie Betts and catcher Blake Swihart lead this year's Red Sox Organization All-Stars.

12/12/2014 | D-backs near deal for De La Rosa, Webster
Young right-handers Rubby De La Rosa and Allen Webster are reportedly soon going from the Red Sox to the D-backs in a deal for southpaw Wade Miley.

12/12/2014 | Top prospects continue rising for Orioles
Baltimore's ranked prospects took big steps forward in 2014. Pitchers Tim Berry and Hunter Harvey and hitters Chance Sisco and Christian Walker are among this year's Orioles Organization All-Stars.

12/11/2014 | Former Padres catcher Daal suspended
Free agent catcher Rodney Daal, formerly of the Padres, has been suspended 100 games for his third positive test for a drug of abuse, the Office of the Commissioner of Baseball announced Thursday.

12/11/2014 | Thursday trade roundup: Dealings aplenty
Thursday was a busy day on the trade market with prospects being shipped in reported deals for Matt Kemp, Yoenis Cespedes/Rick Porcello, Mat Latos and more.

12/11/2014 | Rule 5 Draft: Hernandez, DeShields at top
Catcher Oscar Hernandez (first, D-backs) and speedy outfielder Delino DeShields (third, Rangers) were taken at the top of the Rule 5 Draft held Thursday in San Diego.

12/11/2014 | Winter Meetings just the start for O'Keeffe
Maggie O'Keeffe already has broadcasting experience, and she's using the Winter Meetings to try to make progress toward her ultimate goal of becoming a Major League play-by-play announcer.

12/11/2014 | Difo, Souza, Giolito step up for Nationals
The Nationals system has produced stars in recent years, making its Minor League success this season no surprise. With prospects like Lucas Giolito and Wilmer Difo, Washington has talent to spare.

12/10/2014 | Rule 5 Draft preview: Who might move?
Astros outfielder Delino DeShields and Braves right-hander Cody Martin both could be selected in Thursday's Rule 5 Draft and get shots at the game's highest level.

12/10/2014 | Dodgers flip Heaney to Angels for Kendrick
The Dodgers flipped Andrew Heaney to the Angels for Howie Kendrick after landing him and Austin Barnes in a seven-player deal that sent Dee Gordon and Dan Haren to the Marlins.

12/10/2014 | Pirates send Rodriguez to Phillies
After two strong offseason campaigns, southpaw starter Joely Rodriguez was traded for reliever Antonio Bastardo at the Winter Meetings on Wednesday.

12/10/2014 | A visual tour of the Baseball Trade Show
The annual Baseball Trade Show features over 200 vendors selling everything from ballpark entertainment acts to groundskeeper supplies to beverage dispensers. Ben Hill offers a tour of its offerings.

12/10/2014 | Establishing trade value for Braves' Upton
With trades coming fast and furious at the Winter Meetings, MiLB.com's Sam Dykstra explores what prospect packages it could take to land Braves outfielder Justin Upton.

12/10/2014 | Minors could test pace-of-game initiatives
A new initiative to speed up baseball first trialed during the Arizona Fall League may be tested throughout the higher levels of the Minor Leagues in 2015, it was suggested Tuesday.

12/09/2014 | D-backs get Mejia, Godley in Montero deal
In a trade that sent veteran catcher Miguel Montero to the Cubs, the D-backs acquired right-handed pitching prospects Jeferson Mejia and Zack Godley, according to reports.

12/09/2014 | For Valentine, it's good to be the 'King'
In his 37th season at the Winter Meetings, Bill Valentine was named the "King of Baseball" for his dedication and service to the industry. Ben Hill sat down with the legend to hear stories from his lifetime in the game.

12/09/2014 | White Sox send four players to Athletics
Chicago shipped infielder Marcus Semien, right-hander Chris Bassitt and two more Minor Leaguers to Oakland for big league starter Jeff Samardzija and prospect Michael Ynoa at the Winter Meetings on Tuesday.

12/08/2014 | A's land infielder Wendle from Tribe
Oakland landed second base prospect Joe Wendle from the Indians on Monday in exchange for All-Star outfielder/first baseman Brandon Moss.

12/08/2014 | Estimating returns for Samardzija, Hamels
With the Winter Meetings underway, MiLB.com's Jake Seiner takes a look at the trade markets for starting pitchers Jeff Samardzija and Cole Hamels.

12/08/2014 | Job-seeker Journals: Meetings Day 4
Throughout this year's Baseball Winter Meetings in San Diego, four attendees of the PBEO Job Fair have agreed to keep a journal chronicling their employment-seeking experiences.

12/08/2014 | Crawford, Nola have Phillies looking forward
Although the 2014 season was a disappointment in several ways for the Philadelphia Phillies, big performances from prospects like J.P. Crawford and Aaron Nola have the team looking forward to the future.

12/05/2014 | PawSox unveil new logos, color scheme
The Pawtucket Red Sox released their new logos and color scheme for the upcoming 2015 season Friday. Changes include a new polar bear in the club's primary logo and a light-blue color on home gear.

12/05/2014 | Ray, Leyba headed to D-backs in trade
Robbie Ray and Domingo Leyba, both top-10 prospects in the Tigers system, are headed to the D-backs as part of a three-team deal that sends Didi Gregorius to the Yankees and Shane Greene to Detroit.

12/05/2014 | Job-seeker journals back for Winter Meetings
Meet Darius Thigpen, Julie Brady, Katie Carlson and Sean Banks, who will write about their employment searches at the Winter Meetings this year as part of MiLB.com's annual Job-seeker Journal series.

12/04/2014 | Herrera's ascension fuels Mets' stars
Led by rising stars Kevin Plawecki and Dilson Herrera, the Mets farm system gave the fans and front office executives in Queens plenty to crow about in 2014.

12/04/2014 | Turtle power: D-Cubs become Tortugas
After changing its affiliation from the Cubs to the Reds, Daytona's Florida State League franchise has opted to change its nickname to the Tortugas.

12/03/2014 | Oklahoma City becomes the Dodgers
With new ownership and a new Major League affiliation, the Pacific Coast League's Oklahoma City RedHawks on Wednesday became the Oklahoma City Dodgers.

12/03/2014 | Barnes, Nicolino on marquee of Marlins stars
Catcher Austin Barnes and left-hander Justin Nicolino are just a few of the Marlins honored as 2014 Organization All-Stars who hope to join Giancarlo Stanton in the future.

12/03/2014 | Marban's hot ABL start earns deal with Sox
Just two weeks ago, Perth Heat reliever Jorge Marban was focusing on curbing his walks in a strong start to his Australian Baseball League season. Now he has a second lease on his baseball life after agreeing to a deal with the Red Sox.

12/02/2014 | Reds pick up righty Magill from Dodgers
Right-hander Matt Magill, the Dodgers' 19th-ranked prospect, was traded Tuesday night to the Reds for veteran outfielder Chris Heisey.

12/02/2014 | Meyer's blast etched in Minor League lore
On a late spring night in the largest Minor League stadium in the nation, Joey Meyer bashed a baseball farther than perhaps any before him. It took 25 years for him to discover what happened to the ball and the seat it slammed into.

12/02/2014 | Batting Around: Sounds off to new park
In this week's Batting Around, Ben Hill provides an update on Nashville's move to First Tennessee Park, which has hit a $5 million speed bump.

12/01/2014 | Peraza, Kubitza lead Braves' All-Stars
Recent additions to the 40-man roster, infielders Jose Peraza and Kyle Kubitza are among the Braves' Organization All-Stars following big seasons at Double-A.